Short, simple but effective story (ppt)on Decision Making - case study
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Dear All,
While surfing the internet, found a very simple but effective story which can be developed as a case study or role play . It can be used in a traning session on Decision Making. This will definitely start the 'thought process' of your audience.

Cheers!!


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robinashak -  Member Since: Oct 2011
Hope to get more......Go ahead...... Do not like to give you thanks as we are expecting more from you.......

anandhimurali@gmail.com -  Member Since: Feb 2009
true but what does this conveys? should we go with the right independent decision making or collective junk decision making?

R.B.C. -  Member Since: Dec 2010
it’s a very nice and we always face this type of Ethical situation it’s called Right vs right Very nice story and case Thanks for the shearing...........................................

vishalclicks -  Member Since: Jan 2008
great, give us chance to think twice before making any decision.. really good one.. thanks for sharing....

radhikavngpl -  Member Since: Dec 2010
Hai Daval gi, This is a very nice PPT thanks for sharing. . .keep it up . . .pls upload these kind of PPT . . .it would be much helpful for the people like me. . . . Thanks. . . .

Elisante Yona -  Member Since: May 2009
Dear All,

Thank you very much for sharing with us this inputs on the dillema on decision making,it is true that the minority rights are always sidelined on the expense of the majority.

With best regards

avsjai -  Member Since: Jun 2009
I heard this one long back but still worth reading for many times. Thanks for sharing. AVS

Timothy wang -  Member Since: Mar 2011
Thanks for sharing. It is not easy to make a good decision in this very complicated world. Regards, Timothy

sunilbhondve111 -  Member Since: Jul 2011
Hi Dhaval, Really nice story Thnx for sharing...actually its like that only because we people always try to think emotionally & thats why we took these type decisions




 
 
 
 





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